Tag Archive for Armenia

German man in Armenia

Hello Ricardo, first of all thank you very much for taking your time to speak with us today, That’s really great! First some information about you: Who are you and what are you aiming at currently? I am student at the Free University of Berlin and do my Master’s in East European Studies, focusing on Economics. Besides that, I am active… Read more →

Between the EAEU and the EU

36% out of 1145 Armenians perceive the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union – comprising Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia) a more preferable path of integration for Armenia, whereas 27,2% support the EU and 21,7% argue that Armenia should not take part at the integration process. This was the outcome of an opinion poll conducted by the Armenian representation of the… Read more →

Path or Platform? Attempts for peace-building actions!

Each “frozen” conflict has its own peculiarities, said OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier few days ago during the conference ‘’Europe Under Pressure’’, and clearly he wanted to remind that the world should never forget about them. Last November, Baku hosted an international conference with the participation of Armenian human rights activists and NGO leaders for the first time in the… Read more →

Boosting cultural and educational life

In a little village in Tavush province in Armenia, called Choratan, social and cultural life is well-developed and plays a key role. Since the town is located close to the Azerbaijani border, it is from time to time in crosshairs between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. Responsible for the lively social-cultural activities is the “Mkhitar youth centre”, which was founded in… Read more →

Courageous and Active Youth

To be active and to stand up for their views, was noted as the most important thing about youth by the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in his speech at the youth assembly of the 16th congress of the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA). Nearly 300 members of the party’s youth organisation took part at the meeting. The President, further stressed… Read more →

Ethnic minorities in Armenia

With 98% of its population being ethnic Armenians, the country is one of the most ethnically homogeneous countries in the world. However, ethnic minorities are often unrepresented in different institutions and discriminated regarding their culture, language and traditions. On Wednesday, the 14th December 2016, the Prime Minister of Armenia, Karen Karapetyan, met with various representatives of ethnic minorities. The conference… Read more →

OSCE in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) conducted a monitoring of the Line of Contact between armed forces of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan. An agreement was reached with the authorities of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The monitoring was held on 28th of November in the eastern part of Talish village. The authorities have voiced their readiness to contribute to the… Read more →

New ENP Commissioner Hahn announces support to Armenia

On November 3rd, the first working day of new European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and Enlargement Negotiations Commissioner Johannes Hahn, an important move towards a closer partnership between the European Union and Armenia has been taken. Hahn and Armenian Minister of Economy, Karen Chshmarityan, met in Brussels in order to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), an agreement to expresses a… Read more →

AEGEE-Yerevan’s charity initiative for Gavar City Orphanage

Never get tired of doing little things for the others, as sometimes those little things occupy the biggest part of their hearts. It was this thought that led the members of AEGEE-Yerevan to make orphanage kids day more beautiful and colourful. On 9th June, 2014, AEGEE-Yerevan organized a charity visit to Gavar Town’s Orphanage, which is located in the north-east… Read more →

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